The Baths, Virgin Gorda
The Baths beach, Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands.
This is a geologic wonder, an extraordinary beach with volcanic rock formations, a must see and one of BVI’s prime destinations. More
Spring Bay, Virgin Gorda
Spring Bay is Bugbog’s favourite on Virgin Gorda, with strangely bulky rocks on the beach it’s aesthetically pleasing, secluded and much less visited than other Gorda beaches. More
Deadman’s Bay Beach, Peter Island
Deadmans Bay, Peter Island, BVI
A picturesque crescent beach fringed by palm trees which provide comfortable shade, this is the largest sandy stretch on the island. Photo.
Despite its name (supposedly Blackbeard marooned some mutinous crew members there), the stretch is often regarded as one of world’s most romantic beaches, but even more romantic is intimate Honeymoon Beach hidden at the end of Little Deadman’s Bay Beach in Deadman’s Bay.
Long Bay, Tortola
Long Bay, Tortola, British Virgin Islands, BVI, Caribbean
A mile-long white sandy beach backed by palm trees and sea vine with the Belmont Point at the west end and a view of Jost Van Dyke across the water, this is the most picturesque beach in Tortola. Generally a perfect, peaceful choice for families with its long, wide, shallow beach, that’s also brilliant for sunset strolls.
White Bay, Jost Van Dyke
White Bay, Jost van Dyke, British Virgin Islands
A half-mile stretch of white sand protected by an offshore reef, White Bay is popularly considered as the gem of the BVI, and one of the Caribbean’s best beaches.
White Bay is home to the Soggy Dollar Bar, the birth place of the island’s distinct ‘painkiller’ drink, a taste explosion of dark rum, pineapple juice, orange juice and coconut cream spiced up with nutmeg.
Sandy Spit, off Green Cay, near Jost Van Dyke
This tiny, uninhabited islet is collared by one of BVI’s most spectacular strands. There’s just vegetation, pristine powder sand and clear azure water, nothing else, post-card perfection.
Horseshoe Reef, Anegada
This remote, flat island is fringed with a 29 km (18 mile) coral reef, the largest barrier reef in the Caribbean, fourth largest in the world, and an excellent destination for diving with some great wrecks as well as coral and fish, snorkelling and fishing.
The island also encompasses a large salt lagoon with flocks of flamingos along with many unspoilt beaches such as Cow Wreck Beach and Loblolly Beach. And don’t miss the mouthwatering Anegada lobster!